Arboreal Identification Supported by Fuzzy Modeling for Trunk Texture Recognition

Adriano Bressane, Felipe Hashimoto Fengler, Sandra Regina Monteiro Masalskiene Roveda, José Arnaldo Frutuoso Roveda, Antonio Cesar Germano Martins

Abstract


Due to the natural variability of the arboreal bark there are texture patterns in trunk images with values belonging to more than one species. Thus, the present study analyzed the usage of fuzzy modeling as an alternative to handle the uncertainty in the trunk texture recognition, in comparison with other machine learning algorithms. A total of 2160 samples, belonging to 20 tree species from the Brazilian native deciduous forest, were used in the experimental analyzes. After transforming the images from RGB to HSV, 70 texture patterns have been extracted based on first and second order statistics. Secondly, an exploratory factor analysis was performed for dealing with redundant information and optimizing the computational effort. Then, only the first dimensions with higher cumulative variability were selected as input variables in the predictive modeling. As a result, fuzzy modeling reached a generalization ability that outperformed algorithms widely used in classification tasks, besides of obtaining an almost perfect agreement with the classifier with the best accuracy in the validation tests. Therefore, the fuzzy modeling can be considered as a competitive approach, with reliable performance in arboreal trunk texture recognition.

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soft computing; image processing; pattern matching; bioinformatics

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